NFL: Justin Herbert was limited in Chargers training, continues day by day with cartilage fracture in his ribs

During the week 2 NFL game against the Kansas City Chiefsthe field marshal of Los Angeles Chargers, Justin Herbertsuffered a fractured rib cartilage, for which he has been being monitored by the team.

Herbert, was limited in the training session, and is still considered ‘day to day’, so it is not yet confirmed if he will be in week 3 or will be ruled out, as the head coach said Brandon Staley.

Justin is the day to day. I think he’s rested a lot since the last game, but I think the nature of the week is definitely going to be case by case, day by day. I know he feels more comfortable. I know he was able to do some light pitching, some rotational work, but we’re going to take it day by day and see where his comfort level is and really trust him and let him. he be the guide of where we are and make sure we are prepared in any way“Staley said, according to

split trumps

The Chargers started the season with a victory against Las Vegas Raidersa team that left them without a postseason last year, and in an exciting game in week 2, the Angelenos ended up succumbing to Patrick Mahomes’ Kansas City.

Herbert has been in excellent form, adding 613 passing yards so far, fifth best in the NFL, with 6 touchdown passes, second best, 72 percent completion, fifth best on the grid.

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In week 3, the Los Angeles Chargers will face some motivated Jacksonville Jaguarswho come from scoring their first victory, by beating the Indianapolis Colts last day, while the Angelenos will try to regain victory after suffering the defeat against the Chiefs.

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